Although the three planets were visible with the naked eye (see the beautiful sketch of Jeremy of some days ago) I used my binocular to sketch the scene. It made the positioning of the objects more easy. Another benefit was the visit of two stars: Zavijah (Beta Virginis, mag. 3.6) on the first two and Zaniah (Eta Virginis, mag. 3.9) on the last three sketches. I discovered that the FOV of my binocular was rather 5.5° than the 7° marked in the manual.
Venus was far out the brightest object (mag. -3.9) and had a yellowish color (probably due to his low position in the sky). Saturn (mag. 1.6) was white/yellow and the color of Mars (mag. 1.7) was rather orange than red. The sky background wasn’t already dark at 20.00 UT and could be qualified as blue/gray. I should one day start to work with drawing software to reproduce those details....
The sketch was done with a graphite pencil HB/n°2 on white printing paper, scanned (with some adjustments), layout was done in Paint.
Hope you like it!